Additional Road Safety Resources

Road Safety Standards


ISO 39001: 2012 Road Traffic Safety (RTS) Management Systems-Requirements for Use

International Road Safety Resources

Many of NETS’ member companies do business internationally. The following sites will help you find important information about road safety around the world.

Decade of Action for Road Safety  / United Nations Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC)

World Health Organization (WHO) Resources

Global New Car Assessment Programme (Global NCAP)

Asia Injury Prevention Foundation (AIPF)

Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP)

Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP)

Association for Safe International Road Travel (ASIRT)

The Fleet Forum is an international not-for-profit dedicated to the safety of international agency relief fleets.

Sharing the Road Resources

NIOSH Resources

Keep Workers Safe on the Road

Business Pulse: Motor Vehicle Safety at Work

Behind the Wheel at Work

Older Drivers in the Workplace

Preventing work-related motor vehicle crashes

Federal Highway Administration Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety

Motorcycle Safety Foundation

Centers for Disease Control: Pedestrian Safety

U.S. Department of Transportation: Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety

High Risk Driving


AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety report on unsafe driver behavior.

NHTSA traffic safety facts: speeding.

Seat belt Use

NIOSH Take Pride in Your Job: Seat Belts video promoting the use of seat belts for oil and gas workers.

AAA seat belt laws by State.

Impaired driving

NHTSA studies and reports on impaired driving.

Aggressive driving

AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety fact sheets and information on aggressive driving.

Distracted and drowsy driving

NIOSH Distracted Driving Tips.

Official U.S. Government website for distracted driving.

Website for National Sleep Foundation which is dedicated to improving health and well-being through sleep education and advocacy.

Cell phone bans and policies

This site provides information regarding cell phone bans in the United States and internationally.

National Safety Council cell phone policy kit.